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L.A. Times - Movie News

'1945' is a lean, unadorned parable about guilt and the nature and consequences of evil

The premise is simple but compelling: Two strangers get off a train in a small town and nothing is ever the same again. It could be the premise for a classic western set in Tombstone or Dodge, but the town is in rural Hungary, the two men are Orthodox Jews and the year, as the title indicates,...

Luca Guadagnino's gay love story 'Call Me by Your Name' is a new coming-of-age classic

“Call Me by Your Name,” Luca Guadagnino’s gloriously al fresco new movie, sets the scene in its opening moments: “summer 1983, somewhere in northern Italy.” It’s a fittingly lazy description of a time and place that could hardly be more idyllic. Men and women blissfully while away the hours, riding...

Joachim Trier's supernatural thriller ‘Thelma’ takes an unsettling look at religion and sexuality

“Thelma” begins in a remote stretch of wintry wilderness, where a man and his young daughter step gingerly across a frozen lake and into the woods nearby. The father has a rifle, presumably with the intention of shooting a fawn that pops into view. But after taking careful aim, he suddenly swings...

Ever-energetic Rita Moreno is the only memorable thing about comedy 'Remember Me'

Other than the buoyant presence of Oscar winner Rita Moreno, “Remember Me” is a charmless but harmless comedy about two cousins and their aging grandmother. The EGOT-winner improves every scene in which she appears, but her absence makes moments built around other actors that much worse. Public...

All-male troupe brings cheeky sensibility to classical dance in documentary 'Rebels on Pointe'

Can men be considered “ballerinas”? They can — and are — especially when they’re members of the gender-bending, all-male comic ballet company, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, a.k.a. “The Trocks,” which is enjoyably profiled in the documentary “Rebels on Pointe.” The internationally popular,...